No chance, but it sure is fun to imagine!
I would give my left one to go back in time to see Mastodon, BTBAM and Baroness on the same bill. Well maybe not, but I'd strongly consider it.
Going to see Baroness next Friday, can't wait!
We're all Clutch fans so it's a compliment, at least that's how I see it. As long as people don't think we're ripping off Clutch or anything.
We get the Clutch comparison quite a bit. I'd love to go to that show but unfortunately I won't be able to make either.
Went to the show with Mastodon a few months ago, probably the best I've seen Clutch. And that's saying something because I've seen them like 10 times over the years.
Don't feel too bad, I don't think they've been together for too long. You're still getting in on the ground floor!
Also, thanks for the compliment, I'm glad people appreciate the groove.
I knew you would like them! Played a show with them and Dune (http://duneoh.bandcamp.com/), another Ohio band I like. It was pretty epic.
By the way, I believe Derek IS Poppa Eddleblute. Wish my dad was that cool.
I bet the scUM fans love that Sparty's logo is next to their name!
Ha, not sure about premier but I appreciate you asking! We're finishing up writing a new record now and will get it tracked over the winter. Probably a spring release. Also, our last album will be (finally) out on vinyl before too long.
Speaking of Ohio metal, check out these guys. We played a show with them recently and they are really good.
Haven't seen them live, would like to, but Eulogy for the Damned is a pretty darn good album. I got hooked on that one a few months back when I first heard of Orange Goblin. Nothing flashy but just solid rock and roll.
Still haven't gotten around to giving the rest of their catalog a serious listen though.
Couldn't agree more. The boos in the stadium this past Saturday were infuriating.
Love me some Clutch. Seen them more times than I can count. Digging the new album too.
Completely agree with almost everything you said. And yeah, pitchers are the worst. But he definitely had intent to give the pitcher a look, it wasn't like he just made eye contact while turning his head.
Again, it doesn't bother me, but I won't be surprised if they throw at him next year (or do the unwritten rules say it has the be the same season? I don't know...)
Celebrating is not showing up the pitcher. The Gibson and Carter HRs were perfectly fine IMO. I don't have a problem with anything Bautista did either, but I do think the Rangers would probably take exception to his hard stare back at the pitcher after crushing the ball.
No problem with the bat flip. Lots of emotion involved and it's not really that bad.
However, I think the problem is that after he crushes the ball, he looks back at the pitcher and stares for a second. That's what will get him a fastball in the ribcage next season. Definitely attempting to show up the pitcher with that.
This is a man that many parents trust with their child's academic and athletic future. Let that sink in.
I was also at the 31-10 game. I was 10 years old and it was my first Buckeye game. Thankfully I was so enamored by the whole experience, that the result seemed less important.
Love it, thanks!
I believe Butch made the right call...don't go for two until you have to.
That decision had nothing to do with their defensive implosion in the final 10 minutes.
Tough to pick 5, but here is my list based on gut reaction and no careful consideration:
1. Between the Buried and Me - Colors
2. Mastodon - The Hunter
3. Faith No More - Angel Dust
4. ASG - Blood Drive
5. Protest The Hero - Scurrilous
Colors is always going to be on that list, the other 4 could change based on what I'm listening to at the time. If you had asked me a year ago, Vulgar Display of Power and Master of Puppets are probably on there.
Great points. Unfortunately we can't expect the SEC whiners to take the benefits to the athletes under consideration.